Now that the spring formal is over, I have time to share a few of the items I hand-made for the event. Tickets are one of my favorite items to make. Hand cutting and perforating each ticket is a little cumbersome but I think the extra effort was worth it! I fit eight tickets to a page and printed them on 24 lb. card-stock. Snip, snip about 300 times and we’re done!
Event decorations are almost done! Here are some wall hangings I made for the Spring Formal in March. They will be placed across the back wall next to the DJ. I needed something lightweight for hanging yet still sturdy so I chose black foam board for the backing. Also, they’re pretty inexpensive, about $5.00 a piece. Each measured 20″x30″. I drew the borders of each letter and drew the florals around them using white paint and chalk markers, leaving the negative space for each letter. I added glitter glue for some extra sparkles. I’m excited to hang them soon! Moving on to the welcome sign this week 😊
As Valentine’s Day is coming around the corner, some struggle to find the perfect gift for their significant other or loved one. Well, if that person is an artist or art fanatic, I came across a pretty adorable, unique gift. … Continue reading
I like to think that my bedroom is an extension of my imagination and when you walk in, you’re entering my whimsy world. I think this idea probably stems from an obsession with Alice in Wonderland. Regardless, I like to … Continue reading
I’ve been asked to take care of the advertising, ticket design, and signage for our annual Spring Formal in March. I forget sometimes how fun it is to make pretty things. Here’s a little sneak peek, progress picture of the … Continue reading
Many of my friends recently received their white coats this passed year. For those that don’t know, receiving your white coat is a major milestone on the path to becoming a doctor. The school from which you graduate gives it … Continue reading
I had one last bride in Columbus get in touch with me before my big move. I just couldn’t resist, even though taking on a larger project while packing wasn’t exactly the best idea. I had a lot of fun with this one though! She repainted old frames as accents on her big day and I added in my special touch. I wish the Butler’s a happy marriage!
I’m in Georgia now… The Land of Peaches.
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My Catering Crew: (From left to right) Kathy, Stacy, Kacie, and Justina I love creating cartoons for people. When drawing them, it’s fun to stylize people’s features and add in special details to make them unique. I spend about 8-9 … Continue reading
Another project finished! I worked with a bride from West Virginia over the weekend. She was a very down-to-earth kind of woman, nothing too flashy or over the top. All she wanted was an entrance sign and a board of the … Continue reading
For my friend Jenny– for all your cosplaying wonders. Avatar Jenny, a credit to the name. Though she struggles to master all the elements of this world, she has been bending her way into all of our hearts since the … Continue reading